TiesHow to Tie the Perfect Tie Knot…Better
Tying a tie is something every man should know how to do, and yet it's something that seemingly plagues even the most well-intentioned gentleman in the world. Pizza-width knots are all too common even in a seemingly slim-fit society, while even the most advanced tie-wearers among us can struggle to nail GQ's signature dimple. That's why we put together this guide, breaking down how to get your tie looking pro-level each and every time you knot one up, whether it's for the office, a wedding, or hell, just 'cause wearing a tie for fun is totally allowed these days. Check it out below.
Hang the tie over your neck. You'll want the fat side about twice as
long as the narrow end.
Take the fat side, loop it over the narrow side.
Do it again!
Loop the fat end behind the new knot at your neck. Then take the tip
and slide it through the hole you've created at the neck.
Pull the fat end to tighten the tie, but leave a little slack.
To add a dimple, put your index finger just under the loosely tied
Tight the tie as you usually do. Not too tight!